a neighborhood newborn session

Before they moved across the country, Alex and Sarah wanted to do one final family session in their hometown neighborhood, in the place they spend so much of their life together before their baby came. This newborn session is a celebration of all that was and all that will be.

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a window to a place

The fog covered the views that day - and we knew from many walks along the Mountain to Sea trail that there are, occasionally, breathtaking spots that just fills your soul. A window into a place. But when they are covered in fog, it’s like drawing the blinds tight to block out the sun.

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mis-matched toes 

I’ve run out of shoes; I should probably get a new pair. For the summer all I have is a pair of white sandals, some blue wedges, and sneakers. Three is really all I need - except when I’m wearing mismatched nail polish that my toddler gives me. 

Let me explain. 

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washing the car

Maybe that’s why this car-washing day felt so good, so wonderful to me - just over a decade later, here I am washing my own car with the family that is mine. Splashing, laughing, working together, encouraging each other… what more could I want in a Sunday afternoon?  

Washing the car, a chore I never thought I could miss and enjoy at the very same time. 

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life moves on

I love Spring - and everything it embodies more now than ever - because I need the hope. I need the light. I need some fresh air and warmth on my face so when the days get hard (as they sometimes do) I have something to remember, a new hope to cling too.

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the unexpected battle

That’s a hard place to be, discovering my own faults and failures that I cast onto her. Finding out that my daily battles aren’t always something else’s fault, that the issues of my heart are more of a consideration than I’ll believe them to be. The battles of motherhood might look different than you expect. 

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a home that's hard to love

Your space may be different; a tumble-down apartment that feels crooked and cheap. An old, small house that’s defined by neglect - or a giant, gorgeous space that still feels lonely and bare. Places that feel more like a box than like a home, or more like a cage than freeing stability. Can you picture a life in a space that you struggle to love?

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